Recovery from Economic Crisis

After Japan’s asset bubble burst in the late 1980s, their economy took a sharp downturn, prompting government officials to try bailing out banks and investing in infrastructure, much like the activity and proposals floating around America today. The results were terrible.

The success of America is tied to innovation, initiative, and investment.

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